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T-Mobile just told some customers that there was a data breach of their personal information. Here’s how to check if you’re affected.
T-Mobile recently suffered a data breach and hackers gained access to some users' personal information, the company confirmed Friday.
Data breaches continue to be a threat. Since the start of 2018, at least 20 consumer companies reported that customer information was made vulnerable.
A company investigation on October 15 found that Macys.com was linked to a website that stole customer payment data on the checkout and wallet pages.
Hackers have become so sophisticated that nearly 4 billion records have been stolen from people in the last decade alone. Here are the 10 biggest data...
The past decade has seen an explosion in the number of people entrusting big tech with their personal data. There has also been a rise in hacks.
Singtel, Ninja Van among 5 firms fined $177,000 for leaking customers’ passport details, signatures, birth certs and more
The data leaks originated from app design flaws, poor website security, and nonexistent data security practices.
Capital One customers complained about the outage on Twitter, upset that they couldn't access their money.
A cybersecurity expert describes the underground hacker network where stolen usernames and passwords are ‘traded like Pokémon cards’
Hackers use secret networks to aggregate and trade millions of stolen login credentials and passwords, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Over 200 million ‘Words with Friends’ players may have had their passwords stolen in a recent data breach
A hacker claims he accessed data from more than 200 million people who played "Words with Friends" on iPhone and Android.
Hackers stole data of 4.9 million DoorDash users, workers, and merchants. Here’s how to check if you were affected.
A data breach earlier this year exposed the information of millions of DoorDash users, delivery workers, and restaurants, the company said Thursday.
Two former employees in India stole the data., it said.